GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
1. What country is home to Kenai Fjords National Park?
 USA (Alaska)
2. What fruit is nicknamed the Alligator Pear?
 Avocado
3. What are the only two elements with the letter X in their name?
 Oxygen and Xenon
4. What is the name of the clockwork device used by pianists to measure time?
 Metronome
5. When Elisha Graves Otis invented it, he called it the safety hoist. What do we call it now?
 The elevator (or lift)
6. Red Stripe lager comes from which country?
 Jamaica
7. Lanolin comes from what animal?
 Sheep
8. Written by Ernest Hemingway, what is the subject of the 1932 non-fiction book Death In The Afternoon?
 Bull-fighting
9. The Thirty Years' War was finally ended in 1648 with what peace treaty?
 Peace of Westphalia
10. What nationality is Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot?
 Belgian